Best known as one of the UK's most prestigious university cities, Cambridge is home to around 25,000 students.
But the city is not all study, study, study.
It's also home to a multitude of research, development, software, creative and tech companies, meaning employment is high.
Indeed, Cambridge is often referred to as 'Silicon Fen' due to the density of tech development on the city's various science parks.
Throw into the mix museums, musical roots and a host of festivals, as well as fast transport links into London, and it's easy to see why Cambridge is just as popular with young professionals and families as much as the brightest student minds.
Homes for sale in CambridgeThe popularity of Cambridge has seen a population surge and the city council has outlined its commitment to construct 14,000 new homes before 2030 to cope with demand.
So, watch this space for new build opportunities around the fringes of the city in the coming years...
In the meantime, houses for sale in Cambridge include a good stock of Victorian homes, including terraces and larger detached properties are as popular as ever.
The city also has some Georgian and Mediaeval homes, as well as a host of large 1930s properties that command substantial asking prices.
And if you're looking at flats for sale in Cambridge, you're in luck.
Cambridge's latest proposals for development were proceeded by an initial boom of new properties, many to the south of the city close to the station and fast rail links to London.
So, let's have a look at five of the best properties currently on the market in Cambridge, to show you what you can get for your money...
Three-bedroom semi-detached house, CB4
It's in need of some tender loving care, but with cosmetic improvement, there is a stunning family home just waiting to break free.
Two-bedroom maisonette, CB5We mentioned those modern flats and apartments close to the city centre above, and this two-bedroom maisonette is a prime example.
One-bedroom apartment, CB2There are few locations that offer unrivalled access to both transport links and two of the city's biggest companies - but Warren Close, CB2, is one of them.
Cambridge station is a mere three-minute walk from this modern one-bedroom apartment, while Microsoft Research and accountancy giant Deloitte LLP are also within a few minutes' walk.
One-bedroom house, CB4
Close to Cambridge North station, the property is also ideally placed for the A14 road to the M11 motorway and to the A10 north and south.
Cambridge Science Park is also a short drive or 20-minute walk away.
Two-bedroom apartment, CB4An alternative option for a single professional or couple keen on the north side of Cambridge those great transport links is this two-bedroom apartment.
The property also boasts a long lease of 150 years from 2007.